Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Brain ‘Signature’ Could Help to Diagnose Schizophrenia

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This shows a man in an EEG capAn EEG study reveals people with schizophrenia and their siblings without the disorder share patterns of brain activity that are different from people with no familial history of schizophrenia. As one sibling didn't suffer from schizophrenia, researchers say the different brain signature could serve as a biomarker for the mental health disorder.